EHT in the Press

June 7th , 2018
“Top mobile phone firms warning shareholders over devices’ possible cancer risks – but fail to tell customers”  

“Top mobile phone firms warning shareholders over devices’ possible cancer risks – but fail to tell customers”   Published in “The Mirror”  June 2, 2018 by Grace Macaskill   “Companies including Blackberry, EE, Nokia and Vodafone have told investors they could face legal action from device users if research eventually finds links between their products and […]

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June 2nd , 2018
Cancer risk? 5G wireless speeds could be dangerous: RT News Feature

Cancer risk? 5G wireless speeds could be dangerous RT News, News with Ed – May 31, 2018 Dr. Carpenter is interviewed and the Environmental Health Trust resources are featured in this new report on the health risks of 5G. “The wireless industry is rolling out powerful 5g technology throughout the United States. However, some studies show […]

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April 13th , 2018
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Maryland Residents Halt Small Cell 5G Pre-emption Bill and Continue to Fight 5G at Local Level

Maryland Residents Halt Small Cell 5G Pre-emption Bill and Continue to Fight 5G cell Tower Zoning at Local Level Maryland has received major news coverage as citizens move to raise health risks related to cell towers, wireless and cell phones to their elected officials at every level of government. WTOP News Story “Montgomery Co. residents: […]

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April 6th , 2018
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 NPR’s On Point “Big Wireless and the cell phone cancer risk” Mark Hertsgaard, Mark Dowie, Jerry Phillips Interview

 On Point: Big Wireless and the cell phone cancer risk. “Big Tobacco lied about cigarettes. Is Big Wireless lying about cell phones? We’ll look at the cancer-cell phone connection.”  This show aired Thursday at 11 a.m. EST  Apr 4, 2018 Guests: Mark Hertsgaard, investigative editor for The Nation and co-author  with Mark Dowie of the magazine’s April […]

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Democracy Now: How the Wireless Industry Convinced the Public Cellphones Are Safe & Cherry-Picked Research on Risks

Democracy Now interviews Mark Hertsgaard, The Nation’s environment correspondent and investigative editor on “How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe.” Watch Part 1 and part II in the videos below. “Ninety-five out of every 100 American adults owns a cellphone today. And worldwide, three out of four adults now have cellphone […]

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November 27th , 2017
An Insider Perspective: A Personal Take on the Intersection of Public Health, GIS and Smart Cities – Part 2: Electrosmog

The following is the second installment of a two-part series by Lance McKee.

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October 19th , 2017
Experts Expose Health Risks of Wireless Devices

As wireless communication increasingly becomes a way of life, some health advocates say there is little-to-no communication about the health risks associated with radiation emitted by devices such as cellphones.

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October 9th , 2017
Some Maryland Parents Pushing Schools, State to Bring Back Wired Internet

Two years ago, the Washington Waldorf School in Bethesda was undergoing some major renovations when school leaders decided to give the school more than just a new roof.

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September 25th , 2017
Worried about cell phone radiation? Just wait for the Apple Watch

The newly released Apple Watch — with its added feature of cellular connectivity — is reigniting concerns among some public health researchers and medical experts over the potential health risks of long-term exposure to radiation from cell phones.

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August 22nd , 2017
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Mexico’s El Mañana on Children and Cell Phones

Dr. Devra Davis warns of the dangers of cell phone use, mainly by children

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